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# Identifying Quadrilaterals Worksheets

Download this bundle of amazing activity worksheets on identifying quadrilaterals; tailor-made for students of grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4. Recognize, color and count the quadrilaterals, sort them as 'quadrilaterals' and 'not quadrilaterals', cut and paste activities, draw quadrilaterals, identify and name quadrilaterals based on properties and exercise your brain with the 'Who am I?' riddles; to mention a few. Begin your practice with our free worksheets!

Recognize, Color and Count the Quadrilaterals

Observe the shapes keenly and identify the quadrilaterals in this interesting batch of PDF worksheets. Color the quadrilaterals you find and count them to answer the question that follows.

Figure out the different types of quadrilaterals with this printable resource. Identify the rhombuses, kites, rectangles, parallelograms and trapezoids or trapeziums and color them based on the color key.

Reinforce the concept of identifying quadrilaterals with this bunch of 2nd grade worksheets. Determine whether each shape provided is a 'quadrilateral' or 'not a quadrilateral' and label it accordingly.

Snip the shapes, sort them as 'quadrilateral' or 'not a quadrilateral' and glue them in the appropriate columns of the T-chart. Read the properties and glue the correct name cards, and complete the flow chart by pasting the quadrilaterals as well.

Connect the dots to draw the quadrilaterals mentioned in these 3rd grade worksheets. Draw squares, rectangles, kites, rhombuses and more and also sketch different quadrilaterals in the blank template.

Gear-up your practice session with the counting quadrilaterals exercises here. Identify the different types of quadrilaterals and count each one of them.

Naming Quadrilaterals | Level 1

Examine the quadrilaterals depicted with congruent sides and angles in each pdf worksheet. Identify the quadrilaterals and name them accordingly.

Naming Quadrilaterals | Level 2

Level up with this array of naming quadrilaterals worksheets presented without indicating sides or angles. Direct 4th grade students to use a ruler or trust their perception to label each one of the quadrilaterals.

This set of printable worksheets tests your critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Recapitulate the properties of the six quadrilaterals to crack up all the 'Who am I?' questions.